WHATSAPP UPDATE COULD IMPROVE CHANGE WAY APP WORKS, LATEST LEAK TRUE


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    WhatsApp is planning to roll out a major new update that will finally make it possible to use across multiple phones and devices, according to a new leak.

    The latest version of the popular messaging app will transform WhatsApp into a truly multi-platform experience that will allow users to switch seamlessly between their iPad, smarphone and desktop computer when sending and receiving messages.

    Until now, WhatsApp accounts have been linked to a single phone number, meaning it was only possible to have one standalone app on a single device. This meant using WhatsApp on computers would require users to link it to the original device’s account.

    The new upgrade will mean WhatsApp will work in a similar way to other apps like Facebook, where users can use the same login details across devices, download standalone versions of the app on any and all of their devices and have messages sync between them all.

    The latest WhatsApp rumour comes courtesy of WaBetaInfo, who claim the new capabilities are currently under development.

    12 useful WhatsApp features you didn’t know existed

    • Unsend messages
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    • Dodge the blue ticks
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    • Hide your ‘last seen’ time
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    • Limit data usage
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    • Customise notifications
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    • Format your messages
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    • Type hands-free
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    • Mark chats as unread
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    • Email entire conversations
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    • Mass-message contacts
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    • Pin conversations
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    • Make things easier to find
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      The news site explained how the new system would sync all of the apps across various devices so that the latest messages appear on every version of the app, while security is also expected to be taken into consideration.

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